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Meet Patricia Dumbrowski, a.k.a. Killa P. a.k.a. White Trish, a.k.a. Marilyn Mansion. Maybe you know the plus-size young woman from suburban New Jersey by the nickname the local knuckleheads have christened her with: Dumbo. Or maybe you know her by the wannabe white-girl rapper by her stage name, Patti Cake$. In between working works dead-end jobs and tending bar in a seedy dive, the aspiring Mc writing rhymes, spits battle raps in gas station parking lots and freestyles at her own determined reflection in the bathroom mirror. »
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- Deepa Lakshmin
Hope you're sitting down, because the lineup for this year's Global Citizen Fest is off the hook. The Chainsmokers, Green Day, The Killers, The Lumineers, and more will all be performing in NYC on Sept. 23 for Free! »
- Gabriella Ginsberg
The Global Citizen Festival is returning to New York City in September, and the philanthropic music festival has just released its 2017 lineup. Headliners for this year’s fest will be Stevie Wonder, Green Day, The Killers, The Lumineers and The Chainsmokers, who will be performing at the free concert in Central Park on Sept. 23. In […] »
- Brent Furdyk
It’s a strong group of limited releases for a July weekend: Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit,” “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” and the Yiddish-language “Menashe” all performed well, as did Sony Pictures Classics’ “Bigsby Bear.”
Detroit (Annapurna) – Metacritic: 86
$365,455 in 20 theaters; PTA (per theater average): $18,273
Kathryn Bigelow’s first film since “Zero Dark Thirty” is the first released by Megan Ellison’s production company through its own distributor. With reviews nearly as strong as “Zero” and “The Hurt Locker” but shifting to the home front in this recounting of the Detroit riots exactly 50 years ago, this opened in 10 markets ahead of its wide release this Friday. This is a tough subject, however well received, and Annapurna and its team has a challenge opening this outside of the festival/awards season and finding a wide swath of African-American and other upscale audiences.
- Tom Brueggemann
28 July 2017 8:50 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Take this as a sign of the audience for whom Turn it Around: The Story of East Bay Punk is intended: Corbett Redford's documentary, whose genre of choice favors songs in the two-minute zone, runs for over two and a half hours. And even at that length, it contains next to no substantive performance footage, or even extended audio clips. Such is its attention span for interviews with those who created and thrived in this Diy microcosm, a scene that — whatever you think of its most visible export, Green Day — clearly helped change the idea of what punk could mean »
- John DeFore
MTV's 2017 Vma nominations are in, and just like the MTV Movie and TV Awards, the VMAs have gone gender neutral. Kendrick Lamar is leading the pack with eight nominations, while Katy Perry and The Weeknd are both tied for the second most nominations with five each. Ahead of this year's ceremony, MTV has also added some new categories like artist of the year and best fight against the system. Tune in on Aug. 27 to find out who wins! Video Of The Year "Humble." by Kendrick Lamar "24K Magic" by Bruno Mars "Scars to Your Beautiful" by Alessia Cara "Wild Thoughts" by DJ Khaled ft. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller "Reminder" by The Weeknd Artist Of The Year Bruno Mars Kendrick Lamar Ed Sheeran Ariana Grande The Weeknd Lorde Best New Artist Khalid Kodak Black Sza Young M.A Julia Michaels Noah Cyrus Best Collaboration "We Don't Talk Anymore" by Charlie Puth ft. »
- Monica Sisavat
It’s almost time for the MTV Video Music Awards and some of your favorite music stars are up for a Moonman.
Nominations for the 2017 awards were announced exclusively on Instagram Live and Kendrick Lamar leads the pack with eight nominations for his video “Humble”, while Katy Perry and The Weeknd are tied for five nominations each.
For the first-time in VMAs history, the network eliminated gendered categories to combine the Best Female Video and Best Male Video categories for “Artist of the Year.” This comes on the heels of MTV’s decision to replace the former Best Actor and »
- Karen Mizoguchi
MTV today announced nominations for the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, with Kendrick Lamar scoring the most of the year with eight nominations for his video “Humble.” Katy Perry and The Weeknd are tied for second with five nominations each. (The full list is below.)
The show also announced a pair of award tweaks: Best Male Video and Best Female Video have been combined into the non-gender-specific Artist of the Year (echoing a similar move by the MTV Movie & TV Awards earlier this year) and the Best Fight Against the System category has been added “to celebrate videos that inspire viewers to stand up and fight injustice.”
The 2017 “MTV Video Music Awards” will air live from The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. on Sunday, August 27 At 8:00 p.m. Et/Pt.
- Variety Staff
The members of Green Day are defending themselves against accusations of insensitivity after performing a set at the Mad Cool Festival in Spain immediately following a fatal on-stage accident that left a Spanish acrobat dead.
The tragic mishap occurred on Friday during a performance featuring acrobat Pedro Aunion Monroy, who was performing an aerial stunt in front of the massive crowd. The performance went wrong and, despite safety precautions, Monroy fell more than 100 feet to the ground.
The 42-year-old entertainer was attended to by paramedics, but soon succumbed to the injuries he sustained in the fall.
After a short delay, Green Day, who were the nights' headliners, took the stage and performed their set as planned. However, the band has released a statement claiming that they weren't informed of Monroy's death until after their performance had ended.
"Last night at the Mad Cool festival in Spain there was a horrific »
Green Day vocalist Billie Joe Armstrong issued a statement Sunday about the death of acrobat Pedro Aunion Monroy Saturday night at the Mad Cool Festival in Spain, which the punk band headlined. Armstrong explained that the band had started its set without knowing beforehand of Monroy’s death, and offered their condolences to the acrobat’s family. “If we had known prior to our performance we most likely would not have played at all,” Armstrong wrote. “We are not heartless people. The safety and well being at any of our concerts absolutely comes first.” According to witnesses, Monroy died after »
- Jeremy Fuster
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong says his band "most likely" would not have performed at the Mad Cool Festival in Madrid had they been informed that an acrobat had fallen to his death at the venue just before the group's set. Pedro Aunion Monroy, 42, was performing a stunt in which he was suspended in a cage by a harness hanging from a crane. He fell from a height of around 100 feet and was pronounced dead after paramedics were unable to revive him. Green Day performed their set afterwards as scheduled, then revealed on Twitter that they learned about the accident only after they had finished, calling the acrobat a "brave artist." Amid growing criticism, »
Green Day have released a statement following the tragic death of acrobat Pedro Aunion Monroy that took place before their Mad Cool festival set on July 7. »
- Hilary Hughes
Following criticism of Green Day for carrying on with their show at the Mad Cool Festival in Madrid on Saturday after an acrobatic performer died, singer Billie Joe Armstrong said the band did not know of the tragedy until after their set.
Pedro Aunion Monroy, 42, was performing an aerial stunt inside a cube being suspended by a crane when he fell 100 ft. in front of thousands of people. He died from his injuries, according to the BBC.
“Many of you are wondering why we continued to play our show after the accident,” Armstrong explained in a statement obtained by People »
- Stephanie Petit
An acrobat has died while performing a feat prior to Green Day’s headling set at the Mad Cool Festival in Madrid, Spain. The band has responded to backlash, after taking to the stage and performing only minutes after the deadly accident happened. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends — Green […] »
1:23 Pm Pt : Organizers of the Mad Cool Music Festival have explained why they did not cancel the show following the acrobat's death, saying they followed orders from state and local security forces who felt canceling the show would present a safety issue ... and that people would possibly react violently at an event of about 45,000 attendees. Green Day says they didn't find out that an acrobat died in a performance before their set at »
- TMZ Staff
This video is not for the faint of heart. During a Green Day concert in Spain, 42-year old acrobat performer Pedro Aunion Monroy fell 100 feet to his death in front of a live audience. »
- Sophie Radvan
An acrobat fell 100 feet to his death during a performance before Green Day took the stage at a music fest in Spain ... and the fatal moment was caught on video. The acrobat -- Pedro Aunion Monroy from Brighton, UK -- was high above the stage in an illuminated cage during a tribute to Prince when something went terribly wrong and he fell out of it. The performance was in between sets of Alt-j and Green Day »
- TMZ Staff
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